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PyRoLiTe
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PyRoLiTe Mar 8, 5:35pm - #119496 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Springfield, Ohio
Hatch Rattle

Ok, the area where you put ur key in to open the hatch rattles when my subs hit. How would i go about stopping that? Would i have to take the interior of the hatch to tighten it or lay something in it?

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Sara
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Sara Mar 8, 5:54pm - #119497 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Plymouth, MA
Originally Posted by PyRoLiTe

Ok, the area where you put ur key in to open the hatch rattles when my subs hit. How would i go about stopping that? Would i have to take the interior of the hatch to tighten it or lay something in it?


I suggest Dynamat if you have the money
Its expensive but your hatch will not rattle from your subs again...

also ** A single layer of Dynamat vibration damping material reduces unwanted noise in your car by 3 dB or more - that's the same as doubling your system's power output!**

http://www.crutchfield.com/S-kocipMp9yeV...f=Y&search=

Some of the ugliest things took the longest time to make
And some of the easiest habits are the hardest one's to break!!!
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Sultan
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Sultan Mar 8, 6:13pm - #119498 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Philadelphia, PA
Originally Posted by Sara
Originally Posted by PyRoLiTe
Ok, the area where you put ur key in to open the hatch rattles when my subs hit. How would i go about stopping that? Would i have to take the interior of the hatch to tighten it or lay something in it?


I suggest Dynamat if you have the money
Its expensive but your hatch will not rattle from your subs again...

also ** A single layer of Dynamat vibration damping material reduces unwanted noise in your car by 3 dB or more - that's the same as doubling your system's power output!**

http://www.crutchfield.com/S-kocipMp9yeV...f=Y&search=



sage advice... Also don't forget to dynamat the License Plate because this is almost always one of the culprits
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